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Patrick Byrne, Overstock C.E.O., Resigns After Disclosing Romance With Russian Agent

NYTimes.com Thursday, 22 August 2019
Mr. Byrne’s resignation came roughly a week after he publicly disclosed that he had a relationship with Maria Butina.
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Overstock shares surged 9% on Thursday after Chief Executive Officer Patrick Byrne resigned, saying distraction and fallout related to his involvement in a Federal Bureau of Investigation Russian espionage probe made it difficult for him to lead the online retailer. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

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